Qatar Urdu Radio launched its flagship programme Haqeeqat on August 12 last year. ‘Haqeeqat’ – reality in Urdu and Al Haqeeqah in Arabic, has completed 92 episodes with different guests in each episode. It is a joint collaboration between Gulf Times and Qatar Media Corporation-Urdu Radio.
Qatar has maintained a moral high ground over the last six months of the siege, ensuring that people living in the blockading countries are not harmed by the crisis, Ministry of Interior's senior project manager Khalifa Khan told Qatar Urdu Radio’s live show Haqeeqat.
A guest on the show for the second consecutive day, Siddiqui discussed some of the issues addressed in the speech of His Highness the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani at the UN General Assembly.
The first live show of Haqeeqat, a new Urdu radio programme, was aired on Qatar’s Urdu Radio Service on Sunday. The programme is a collaboration between Gulf Times and Qatar Media Corporation Urdu Radio. The broadcast will be run Sunday to Thursday on FM107.
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